Uber launches Uber Green at Mumbai International airport, offering on demand EV rides
Uber Green is set to roll out to other cities as well.
Ride-sharing app Uber has launched Uber Green at the Mumbai International Airport, offering customers on-demand EV rides with this new service. The new service will be available at a dedicated pick-up zone at Terminal 2 at Mumbai International Airport, and across various parts of Mumbai, ensuring that a wider range of passengers can contribute to reducing carbon emissions and promoting sustainable mobility throughout the city.
A spokesperson for Uber India and South Asia, said, “Building on our strong association with Adani Airports and our shared commitment to sustainability, we are thrilled to introduce Uber Green in Mumbai starting from The Mumbai International Airport. Sustainability shouldn’t be complicated; it should be effortless.”
A spokesperson for the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport said, “The airport recently achieved the Highest-Level 4+ “Transition” of Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program of Airport Council International (ACI), making it only the third airport to achieve the certification in the Asia-Pacific region." By providing passengers with the option of on-demand EV rides, we are collectively taking significant strides towards sustainable transportation and carbon emission reduction in the city, he added.
Uber Green is set to roll out to other cities as well, the press release noted. On sustainability, Uber has more than tripled the number of electric vehicles on the platform and connected 31 million unique riders with a ride in an electric vehicle in 2022.
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